Drunken Master – “Beggar So” [Muscle]

The character of the "Drunken Master", or Beggar So, and the Drunken Boxing style of kung fu have long been fan favorites. As a lover of Asian cinema, one of my main criteria for designs is "What would I love to have on a shirt?"  For my first design released in partnership with 36 STYLES I knew I wanted to create something special. Something iconic. The old rascal Beggar So seemed perfect. He is unassuming yet cool, serious but funny, apparently fall-down drunk, but still totally deadly! In real life he was one of the Ten Tigers of Kwangtung (a group of renowned kung fu masters that looked after the common folk in China's past), and he is a memorable and beloved character in films like DRUNKEN MASTER, KING OF BEGGARS and THE WORLD OF DRUNKEN MASTER. So my inspiration was to try to capture the spirit of Beggar So and his eccentric fighting style in this design. - Kung Fu Bob
Gildan (2700) 6 oz. 100% cotton. Preshrunk jersey knit. Seamless double-needle 7/8" collar. Double-needle armhole and bottom hems.
This design depicts Beggar So (as played by Simon Yuen, father of famed action choreographer/director Yuen Woo-Ping) offering a double serving of "Cup O' Wine Fists". Originally I had imagined this main image with four smaller images of Beggar So in various iconic Drunken Style poses beneath it. But after drawing the main image by itself, I really liked its simplicity. I decided to do a second drawing that included the figures underneath so that we could see which one looked better. Truth is, we loved both of them! So now you get to choose whichever one you like best, or you can even get both designs. This is a 4 color design, black, white, gray and light gray.
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Drunken Master - Beggar So [Muscle]
6 oz. 100% Cotton Tee. 4 color design in black, white, light grey and dark grey. Professionally screen printed. Design has a very soft hand feel to it.
Price: $25.00

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